YMMV: Chibi-Robo

  • Awesome Music: The game has some pretty catchy music here and there. Free Rangers' Theme and Drake Redcrest's Theme in particular.
  • Big Lipped Alligator Moment: In the first game, using the Chibi-Radar in the living room will turn up a "dig spot" in the carpet. Dig and a little fat blue man in a purple speedo with a spark plug for a head will pop out, and continuing to jab him with the spoon will cause him to dance in place and grow to five times his size before awarding you Happy Points and vanishing. "Mr. Prongs" doesn't do a thing in the main plot or come up at all in between any other times you might look for him again for the points.
    • Also, just what the hell were those little portals in the wall? You open a "Chibi-Door," and you're suddenly in a tiny room with Mushroom Samba background and music.
  • Cult Classic
  • Ho Yay: Between robots, no less. Telly is certainly, um... dedicated to Chibi.
    • Chet too.
  • Mondegreen: A lot of the simlish said by Mr. Curater is up to interpretation.
  • Nightmare Fuel: Sunshine, with his constant moodswings and occasional scary face.
  • That One Sidequest: The Space Scrambler sticker is much more difficult to get than the others, even when you know what you have to do.
  • Uncanny Valley: Mr. Curator just does not look right. One good example of this would be how often his fingers bend backwards well beyond what should be possible.
  • The Woobie: Many. Then again, it is a Dysfunction Junction.